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My new smoker is here.

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smitty250

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Nice lookin' pit Jerry. I look forward to seeing it in action. Good to see you at Big Daddy's this past weekend!

-Smitty
#17 - August 26, 2010, 09:55:29 am
Loot N' Booty BBQ
2014 American Royal Invitational Chicken Champion
2014 American Royal Open Reserve Grand Champion
2012 / 2014 / 2015 AZ BBQ Team of the Year

Harpo

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At Vegas, I walked away with nothing...but then that can be said of many visitors to Sin City. ;)
Go to Vegas in a $15,000 car and go home in a $100,000 Greyhound Bus. I think I will start a photo album with pics of cooks to have to look at.
#16 - August 26, 2010, 05:45:40 am
I don't eat vegetables. The meat I eat, eats vegetables.
Good One Chuckwagon
Grill Dome Ceramic Smoker/Grill
FEC 100

Mark

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The only problem with a new, pretty pit that everyone want to peek into is that it'll throw your cooking times off. I've had it happen two times cooking on a Kamado in Vegas and in Sacramento. Both times were demo pits provided by Kamado, so I couldn't exactly say no. I was happy to show off the cooker and its capabilities, but it is something to factor in during a competition with tight turn-in times.  ???

By the way...the big Kamado in my photo is what I won in Sacramento, so I guess it didn't hold me back too much. At Vegas, I walked away with nothing...but then that can be said of many visitors to Sin City. ;)
#15 - August 25, 2010, 09:23:50 pm
Mark Motta
Meatier Creator

Harpo

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I'd really like to test drive one of those Good One pits
I am suppose to be cooking at Queen Creek in Oct. If the creek don't rise I should be there cooking on it. Would love to have you stop by meet you and let you take a look at it,
#14 - August 25, 2010, 09:12:13 pm
I don't eat vegetables. The meat I eat, eats vegetables.
Good One Chuckwagon
Grill Dome Ceramic Smoker/Grill
FEC 100

ThunderDome

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I'd really like to test drive one of those Good One pits
#13 - August 25, 2010, 04:43:57 pm
60 Gallon Tank Build + UDS x 2 + Weber Kettle 22.5 + Weber Kettle 18.5 + Weber Silver B Propane

Gizzy's Smokin Crew

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Thanks, Dissapointed I didn't get to cook my brisket for the brisket comp on it because of the storm Sat. Tomorrow will be cooking for the first time Spares and trying chicken thighs again. Don't think I will ever get them mastered. Anyway will post pics tomorrow in the BBQ Recently? thread.

thats half the fun......Practice.....Practice......Practice ;D
#12 - August 25, 2010, 03:03:34 pm
Gizzy's Q'N Crew......"FANG" Tastic BBQ
Brinkman Pitmaster Deluxe
Weber Genesis Gas Grill

Harpo

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Congrtats Jerry and enjoy

Thanks, Dissapointed I didn't get to cook my brisket for the brisket comp on it because of the storm Sat. Tomorrow will be cooking for the first time Spares and trying chicken thighs again. Don't think I will ever get them mastered. Anyway will post pics tomorrow in the BBQ Recently? thread.
#11 - August 25, 2010, 02:31:05 pm
I don't eat vegetables. The meat I eat, eats vegetables.
Good One Chuckwagon
Grill Dome Ceramic Smoker/Grill
FEC 100

Gizzy's Smokin Crew

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Congrtats Jerry and enjoy
#10 - August 25, 2010, 12:56:10 pm
Gizzy's Q'N Crew......"FANG" Tastic BBQ
Brinkman Pitmaster Deluxe
Weber Genesis Gas Grill

Soncho

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That look like fun and it will fit in a lot of places. cool choice
#9 - August 22, 2010, 08:52:50 pm

bbqfun

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" I can't wait to cook on it tomorrow!!!"

What time should I stop by? 
#8 - August 07, 2010, 05:26:32 am

Jeremy

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Nice pit.  I just seasoned my new one today too...  I used a rag to hand wipe on peanut oil.  I then brought the temps up to about 400 to bake it on.  It turned a beautiful golden color inside.  I can't wait to cook on it tomorrow!!! 
#7 - August 06, 2010, 10:43:02 pm

PAT YOUNG

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Nice looking pit JERRY! :)
#6 - August 06, 2010, 08:56:17 pm

Harpo

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Sprayed real good with spray oil. Fired up the smoker side and the grill side to season. Got some pics of the event. Had to take one one of the handles off to get it thru the gate but finally got in in the back yard. I couldn't wait and had to throw some Bologna on there and my god the smoke flavor was awesome.

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#5 - August 06, 2010, 07:17:07 pm
I don't eat vegetables. The meat I eat, eats vegetables.
Good One Chuckwagon
Grill Dome Ceramic Smoker/Grill
FEC 100

PAT YOUNG

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Any rusty spots ( yes new ones have areas of rust) sand or wire brush off then rub inside with cooking oil/ or spray pam type product inside or like i did-rub down with bacon grease! Light fire and let it season for a few hours /don't cook during this process!Should be ready to go for next cook which i'm sure in your case will be the very next day! Congrat's on your new pit and have fun!
#4 - August 05, 2010, 07:04:26 pm

azkitch

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Spray the insides with (pick one) cooking oil. Some say Pam, some use the pump pressure sprayers, with canola/peanut/soy whatever. Then just run it like a smoker!
#3 - August 05, 2010, 06:59:56 pm
CBJ # 53779
For cooking, lower and slower. For spices, mo' hotter, mo' better. Habaneros rule!

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